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Xenia Dormandy

Xenia Dormandy

Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

 

 

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2009

March 13, 2009

"India: America's Indispensable Allies"

Op-Ed, Christian Science Monitor

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Presidential terms are a marathon of effort, but the Obama administration has started with a full sprint. Between the financial crisis and events in Afghanistan, Iran, Russia, and elsewhere, it's had to. Xenia Dormandy argues that in rushing ahead to confront one crisis after another, it risks forgetting a crucial friend: India.

 

 

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January/February 2009

"Priorities Before the President"

Magazine or Newspaper Article, India & Global Affairs

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

In order to create a truly strategic relationship, the Obama administration will need to go beyond the civil nuclear cooperation, drawing on areas of common concern and interest.

 

2008

November 2008

Partnership for Progress

Report

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Hassan Abbas, Former Senior Advisor, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

The Belfer Center's Xenia Dormandy and Hassan Abbas participated in a working group on the state of Pakistan convened by the Center for American Progress. The resulting report proposes strategies for enhanced security, democratization, and economic growth.

 

 

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September 2008

The Next Chapter

Report

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

The Belfer Center's Xenia Dormandy participated in the Pakistan Policy Working Group, which was convened in January 2008 to assess the state of U.S.-Pakistan relations and to offer ideas to the next U.S. President and his Administration on managing this critical partnership.

 

 

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August 18, 2008

"Musharraf Exit May Affect U.S. Plans"

Media Feature

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Xenia Dormandy, Director of the Project on India and the Subcontinent, was interviewed for National Public Radio's All Things Considered on the impact of Musharraf's resignation for U.S. foreign policy.

 

 

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July 11, 2008

"Why U.S. Could Lose Out on India Nuclear Trade"

Media Feature

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Xenia Dormandy, Director of the Project on India and the Subcontinent, was interviewed by Brajesh Upadhyay for BBC News on July 11 regarding the implications of the U.S.-India nuclear deal for international trade.

 

 

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July 10, 2008

"Indo-Israeli Relations: Key Security Implications"

Policy Brief

By Ronak D. Desai and Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Following more than forty years of diplomatic estrangement, the last decade has witnessed India and Israel embark on a new multidimensional "strategic partnership." What are the implications of growing ties between these two countries for India and the United States?

 

 

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June 30, 2008

"The Path through Pakistan to a Shorter War on Terror"

Magazine or Newspaper Article, Christian Science Monitor

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

In the 'epicenter of terrorism,' democracy will benefit from an ease in US military pressure.

 

 

July 9, 2008

"Attacks in Pakistan, Afghanistan Highlight Instability"

Media Feature

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Xenia Dormandy, Director of the Project on India and the Subcontinent, was interviewed for The News Hour with Jim Lehrer on June 9, 2008 regarding instability along the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

 

 

June 9, 2008

"Is There a New U.S. Policy for Pakistan?"

Op-Ed

By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

"How much will the War on Terror define the new President’s agenda towards Pakistan, as it has President Bush’s? What will this mean for America’s broader policy toward the country, and what are the implications, if any, for India?"

 

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